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  1. 1. Repairs & Maintenance of DwellingsStep by step presentation of repairing and constructional solutions
  2. 2. 2 5 6 1 3 7 8 10 4 9 Repairs and Maintenance of Dwellings The maintenance and repair of dwellings often cause problems not only to individuals, but also to professionals. The choice of the appropriate materials and their proper application are crucial for the solution of these problems. Therefore, in ISOMAT we have developed a wide range of repairing and constructional solutions, based on our experience and our know-how, for a variety of cases regarding repairs and maintenance of dwellings. This particular brochure, in which a step by step photographic presentation of solutions is demonstrated, shall constitute a comprehensive guide for everyone. However, every repairing or maintaining work has its own particularity, while the factors causing these problems vary. This situation renders impossible describing and tackling all sub-cases. For this reason, if you need more information you can consult the Technical Support Department of ISOMAT. Our highly specialized and experienced engineers are ready to provide you with the proper technical solution to any difficulty arising in your repairing works.1
  3. 3. C O N T E N T S1 PAINTS REPAIR Repair of damaged paint 32 PLASTERS REPAIR Repair of random cracks on plaster 3 Repair of hair cracks on plaster 4 Repair of intense multiple cracks on plaster 4 Repair of crumbled plaster 5 Repair of detached plaster 53 MASONRY REPAIR Repair of cracked or detached masonry 64 REINFORCED CONCRETE REPAIR Smoothening of exposed concrete 7 Repair of cavities on concrete 7 Repair of peeled concrete due to corrosion of the steel reinforcement 85 MINOR REPAIRS Repair of cracks between door frame and wall 9 Repair of rusty stanchions 9 Fixing of detached ridge poles 10 Fixing of stair rails to wall 106 INTERIOR SPACES RENOVATION Puttying and painting of surfaces 11 Relocation of electrical installations 11 Repair of openings in walls 12 Puttying of walls 127 TILES FIXING Fixing new tiles on old tile layers 13 Fixing tiles on wood and gypsum board 14 Fixing tiles on metal surface 148 LEVELING AND SMOOTHING OF FLOORS Repairing uneven surfaces or inclinations using floor leveling cement mortar 15 Leveling and smoothing of uneven surfaces using self-leveling cementitious screed 159 SURFACES CLEANING Cleaning floors from cement residues 16 Cleaning floors from oils 1610 SURFACES PROTECTION Wall protection from graffiti 17 Protection of unpolished marble 17 Protection of walls made of natural or artificial stones 18 2
  4. 4. 1 PAINTS REPAIR REPAIR OF DAMAGED PAINT Paint detachment may be due to wrong application (lack of priming, wet substrate), to its bad quality (very low strength, absorptivity) or to the moisture coming from the back side of the wall. After all possible moisture problems have been restored, the old paint is rubbed off by putty Then, the surface is cleaned off very knife in order for the bulges to be removed. thoroughly of any dust. Priming with FLEX-PRIMER follows. After the primer has dried, the surface is The second layer of FLEXCOAT follows, painted with FLEXCOAT in two layers. after the first has dried. 2 2 FLEXCOAT Elastic waterproofing coating (consumption: 125 ml/m /layer or totally 250 ml/m ) MATERIALS 2 FLEX-PRIMER High quality acrylic water-based emulsion (consumption: 0.1-0.2 kg/m )2 PLASTERS REPAIR REPAIR OF RANDOM CRACKS ON PLASTER Random cracks on plaster can be restored easily, as long as they are on the surface and not been caused due to masonry cracks. The crack is initially opened and all loose Then the crack is cleaned off of any dust. Light dampening of the crack follows. particles are removed. TIP: In this particular application, instead of FLEX-COVER, it can also be used the elastoplastic acrylic sealant ISOMASTIC-A. FLEX-COVER is prepared, adding The crack is sealed using FLEX-COVER After the sealing material has dried, the A-component (cementitious powder) by a putty knife. surface is primed with FLEX-PRIMER and into B-component (acrylic polymer then painted with FLEXCOAT. dispersion) under continuous stirring. FLEX-COVER 2-component, flexible putty (consumption for sealing joint of 5 mm x 5 mm: 40 g/m of joint) 2 2 FLEXCOAT Elastic waterproofing coating (consumption: 125 ml/m /layer or totally 250 ml/m ) MATERIALS 2 FLEX-PRIMER High quality acrylic water-based emulsion (consumption: 0.1-0.2 kg/m ) ISOMASTIC-A Elastoplastic acrylic mastic3
  5. 5. REPAIR OF HAIR CRACKS ON PLASTER The existence of hair Firstly, the surface Then, the dry surface cracks on plaster, in needs to be cleaned off is primed with case they are not of dust, etc. FLEX-PRIMER. tackled in time, is possible to lead to more serious problems. After the primer has The second layer TIP: In case the cracks are multiple and dried, the painting of follows after the first intense, it is recommended that the first the surface with one has dried. FLEXCOAT layer be reinforced, while still FLEXCOAT in two wet, with the polyester cloth (TREVIRA) of layers follows. 1 m width. Then, for the TREVIRA embodiment, two more FLEXCOAT layers are needed. Alternatively, repairing multiple and intense cracks, could take place with the use of the elastic 2-component elastic putty FLEX-COVER, as this is described below. 2 2 FLEXCOAT Elastic waterproofing coating (consumption: 125 ml/m /layer or totally 250 ml/m )MATERIALS FLEX-PRIMER High quality acrylic water-based emulsion (consumption: 0.1-0.2 kg/m2) 2 TREVIRA Polyester reinforcement textile for waterproofing layers (30 g/m ) REPAIR OF INTENSE MULTIPLE CRACKS ON PLASTER Then, priming with FLEX-PRIMER follows. Especially when plasters are relatively unstable, FLEX-PRIMER is needed to stabilize their surfaces. Intense hair cracks on plaster may be Firstly, the surface needs to be cleaned off due to its wrong application (deficient of dust etc. dampening during summer months, lack of plaster reinforcement when applied on thermo-insulating boards etc.) as well as to its bad quality. FLEX-COVER is prepared after A-component After the primer has dried, FLEX-COVER After the FLEX-COVER layer has dried, is added into B-component under continuous is applied by putty knife on the cracked it is needed to prime with FLEX-PRIMER stirring. surface in one layer. and paint with FLEXCOAT. FLEX-COVER 2-component, flexible putty (consumption for sealing joint of 5 mm x 5 mm: 40 g/m of joint)MATERIALS FLEXCOAT Elastic waterproofing coating (consumption: 125 ml/m2/layer or totally 250 ml/m2) FLEX-PRIMER High quality acrylic water-based emulsion (consumption: 0.1-0.2 kg/m2) 4
  6. 6. REPAIR OF CRUMBLED PLASTER If a plaster is not water repellent, it becomes Firstly, all crumbling parts of the Then, the surface is cleaned off of Next, priming the surface with FLEX-PRIMER or crumble and it finally gets detached. plaster are removed by putty knife. any dust. NANO-SEAL takes place, in order to stabilize it. Repairing takes place using UNICRET or Products are applied with a float, After the plaster has slightly dried, it Since the plaster has dried, the surface is UNICRET-FAST, improved with the addition of after the primer has dried. is treated (rubbed) with a sponge- primed with FLEX-PRIMER and it can be ADIPLAST. faced float. painted with FLEXCOAT. 2 UNICRET Plastering mortar (consumption: 15.5 kg/m /cm of layer thickness) 2 UNICRET-FAST Fast-setting, white, repairing mortar (consumption: 15 kg/m /cm of layer thickness) MATERIALS ADIPLAST Mortar improvement polymer latex FLEXCOAT Elastic waterproofing coating (consumption: 125 ml/m2/layer or totally 250 ml/m2) FLEX-PRIMER High quality acrylic water-based emulsion (consumption: 0.1-0.2 kg/m2) 2 NANO-SEAL Waterproofing and stabilisation of surfaces (consumption: 0.1-0.2 kg/m ) REPAIR OF DETACHED PLASTER Plaster falling off the wall may be due to its Firstly, all crumble parts of the plaster Then, the surface is cleaned off of Priming the surface with FLEX-PRIMER or intense corrosion by water. are removed by putty knife. any dust. NANO-SEAL, in order to stabilize it, follows. Restoring, after the primer has dried, takes place The material is applied with a trowel. After the material has slightly dried, After DUROCRET has dried, the surface is primed using DUROCRET or DUROCRET-FAST. Their rubbing with a sponge-faced float with FLEX-PRIMER and it can be painted with preparation requires only the addition of water. can take place. FLEXCOAT. 2 DUROCRET Polymer modified repairing cement mortar (consumption: 15 kg/m /cm of layer thickness) 2 DUROCRET-FAST Fast-setting, repairing cement mortar (consumption: 17 kg/m /cm) MATERIALS FLEXCOAT Elastic waterproofing coating (consumption: 125 ml/m2/layer or totally 250 ml/m2) FLEX-PRIMER High quality acrylic water-based emulsion (consumption: 0.1-0.2 kg/m2) 2 NANO-SEAL Waterproofing and stabilisation of surfaces (consumption: 0.1-0.2 kg/m )5
  7. 7. 3 MASONRY REPAIR REPAIR OF CRACKED OR DETACHED MASONRY The existence of single cracks on plasters, which are present in a height of 30-40 cm below the ceiling, is caused usually by masonry bricks movements. Sealing the cracks on the surface would most probably lead to a new crack. A complete solution consists of the steps presented below. REPAIR OF CRACKED OR DETACHED MASONRY A cracked or detached masonry results to cracks Firstly, the plaster is removed to a total width of Then, the area of the detachment is widened by on plaster. 30 cm (15 cm on each side) along the entire breaking the surrounding bricks with a sharp length of the detachment. tool. The entire area of the detachment is thoroughly Subsequently, the substrate is thoroughly Finally, DUROCRET, DUROCRET-FAST or cleaned with a brush. dampened. RAPICRET fill the widened crack as deeply as possible using a gauging trowel. After the mortar has hardened, the surface is A first coat of plaster, using UNICRET or While the first coat is still fresh, a strip of glass cleaned off of any dust etc and is dampened. UNICRET-FAST, improved with ADIPLAST mesh is placed and it is lightly pressed onto the polymer latex is applied. first coat. After the first layer has dried, the surface is After the plaster has slightly dried, it is being After the surface has dried, priming with dampened and the second layer follows with rubbed with a sponge face-float. FLEX-PRIMER follows and finally painting UNICRET or UNICRET-FAST. with FLEXCOAT takes place. 2 DUROCRET Polymer modified repairing cement mortar (consumption: 15 kg/m /cm of layer thickness) 2 DUROCRET-FAST Fast-setting, repairing cement mortar (consumption: 17 kg/m /cm) 2 MATERIALS RAPICRET Fast-setting repairing cement mortar (consumption: 17.5 kg/m /cm of layer thickness) 2 UNICRET Plastering mortar (consumption: 15.5 kg/m /cm of layer thickness) 2 UNICRET-FAST Fast-setting, white, repairing mortar (consumption: 15 kg/m /cm of layer thickness) FIBER-GLASS MESH High-strength plaster reinforcementA more detailed description of the products mentioned in this guide, can be found in pages 17-20. 6
  8. 8. 4 REINFORCED CONCRETE REPAIR THE PROBLEM Repairs of concrete elements (smoothening, filing cavities, rusted reinforcement, destroyed parts etc.) need special attention and knowledge, as wrong choice of materials along with wrong application, depending on the severity of the situation, may render the repair ineffective. SMOOTHENING OF EXPOSED CONCRETE Imperfections on exposed concrete can Firstly, the surface is cleaned off of any The cement putty is gradually added into easily be smoothened with the use of dust and is thoroughly dampened. water under continuous stirring, until uniform polymer modified cement putties pasty putty is formed, proper for stuccoing. PLANFIX or PLANFIX-FINE. The material is applied using a putty knife After the surface has been hardened, it is Finally, follows the priming and painting of in one or two layers, depending on the being rubbed with a thin sand paper. the surface. imperfections of the surface. The second layer follows after the first has dried. MATERIALS PLANFIX Polymer modified cement putty (consumption: 1.3 kg/m2/mm of layer thickness) PLANFIX-FINE Polymer modified, extra fine-graded, cement putty (consumption: 1.3 kg/m2/mm of layer thickness) REPAIR OF CAVITIES ON CONCRETE The appearance of cavities on concrete is Firstly, the surface is cleaned off of any Then, the surface is cleaned off of any a rather common phenomenon. loose particles, by mechanical means. dust with the use of a hard brush. Subsequently, the surface is thoroughly The cavity is filled with DUROCRET. If fast work is required, DUROCRET-FAST dampened. The material is applied by pressure or RAPICRET (fast-setting patching using a trowel. mortar) can be used instead. 2 DUROCRET Polymer modified repairing cement mortar (consumption: 15 kg/m /cm of layer thickness) MATERIALS DUROCRET-FAST Fast-setting, repairing cement mortar (consumption: 17 kg/m2/cm) RAPICRET Fast-setting polymer modified repairing cement mortar (consumption: 17.5 kg/m2/cm of layer thickness)7
  9. 9. REPAIR OF PEELED CONCRETE DUE TO CORROSION OF THE STEEL REINFORCEMENT The corrosion in reinforcement, which has led to Initially, all broken and loose particles of the peeled Subsequently, the corroded steel is cleaned and the detachment of concrete parts, endangers the concrete should be removed thoroughly, and the scrubbed, grinded etc. with an appropriate tool in whole structure. corroded steel reinforcement should be completely order for the rust to be completely removed. uncovered. Next, the surface is cleaned thoroughly off of any FERROSEAL is applied using a brush in two layers. The second layer is applied after the first one has dust. Its preparation requires only the addition of water. dried. After FERROSEAL has dried, the surface is The peeled area of the concrete is repaired by the The material is applied by pressure using a trowel. dampened thoroughly. application of MEGACRET-40 (high performance patching mortar). Its preparation requires only the addition of water. The final surface should be well protected from If fast work is required, RAPICRET (fast-setting After the material has hardened, plastering and dehydration for 48 hours, e.g. repeating patching mortar) may be used instead. painting of the surface follows. dampening. FERROSEAL Cement based, anti-corrosive coating for reinforcement elements (consumption: 70-130 g/m of reinforcement bar) 2 MATERIALS MEGACRET-40 High-strength, fiber-reinforced, repairing cement mortar (consumption: 17.5 kg/m /cm of layer thickness) 2 RAPICRET Fast-setting polymer modified repairing cement mortar (consumption: 17.5 kg/m /cm of layer thickness)A more detailed description of the products mentioned in this guide, can be found in pages 17-20. 8
  10. 10. 5 MINOR REPAIRS THE PROBLEM Minor repairs are not required only in old structures, which may demand maintenance, but also in new ones, where there has been made wrong choice of materials or bad application of them. Following are presented some of the most common problems that can appear in a structure. REPAIR OF CRACKS BETWEEN DOOR FRAME AND WALL The wrong choice of materials for sealing Firstly, the crack is widened to a width Thorough cleaning of any dust follows. The use of paper adhesive tape is the joint between the door frame and the of 3 mm. necessary in order to prevent any smear wall, led to crack appearance. of the door frame. The joint is sealed by the acrylic mastic The acrylic sealant is smoothened, while it Right afterwards, the paper tape is After ISOMASTIC-A has dried, the joint is ISOMASTIC-A. is still fresh. removed with caution. painted alongside. MATERIALS ISOMASTIC-A Elastoplastic acrylic mastic REPAIR OF RUSTY STANCHION The influence of water resulted to the rusting Firstly, the joint between the marbles is cleaned thoroughly with a sharp tool. The base of If the stanchion is not destroyed from the of the base of the stanchion, a situation that the stanchion is cleaned from any rust and checked if the metal is completely destroyed. rust and its replacement is not needs to be confronted immediately, as it necessary, it is painted with an makes the whole construction dangerous. anticorrosive paint. FLEX-COVER is prepared after The surface is slightly dampened and Finally, the stanchion is painted after A-component is added into B-component FLEX-COVER is applied by a putty knife FLEX-COVER has dried. under continuous stirring. in the joint. MATERIALS FLEX-COVER 2-component flexible putty (consumption for sealing joint of 5 mm x 5 mm: 40 g/m of joint)9
  11. 11. FIXING OF DETACHED RIDGE POLES The detachment of ridge poles is a Firstly, the surface is cleaned by any loose Subsequently, the surface is well DUROCRET (red-brown colour) is added problem that usually occurs when their materials or dust. dampened. into water under continuous stirring, until fixing is made by a low quality cement a mixture with the desired workability is mortar. formed. DUROCRET is applied using a trowel as Subsequently, the ridge pole is fixed and is Finally, any DUROCRET leftovers are The use of DUROCRET in red-brown color usual. leveled using a thread. removed and the surface is well improves the appearance of the roof. smoothened. MATERIALS DUROCRET Polymer modified repairing cement mortar in red-brown (consumption: 15 kg/m2/cm of layer thickness) FIXING OF STAIR RAILS TO WALL Fixing rails into wall is an application that Firstly, the surface is cleaned off of Subsequently, the surface is thoroughly RAPICRET is added into water under continuous requires speed and great stability. any dust, etc. dampened. stirring, until a mixture with the desired workability is formed. The material is applied by pressure using a Subsequently, the surface is RAPICRET starts to harden after The next day the surface is ready to be painted. trowel as usual. smoothened by a moist brush. 15 minutes and the rail is almost stabilized. MATERIALS RAPICRET Fast-setting repairing cement mortar (consumption: 17.5 kg/m2/cm of layer thickness)A more detailed description of the products mentioned in this guide, can be found in pages 17-20. 10
  12. 12. 6 INTERIOR SPACES RENOVATION THE PROBLEM The renovation of a room will probably include a range of repairs, from minor to large scale ones. Hereunder are represented a few common minor problems, which can be tackled fast and easy, taking for granted that the appropriate materials have been chosen. PUTTYING AND PAINTING OF SURFACES Small imperfections on plaster (e.g. Firstly, the surface is cleaned off of any Subsequently, the surface is cleaned of any cracks, breaks) are very common and they loose materials, etc. dust. can be repaired relatively quickly. FAST-COVER is applied with a putty knife The surface is smoothed out immediately After the repaired surface has dried (in at the desired spot and it is pressed to fill by a putty knife. approx. 30 minutes), painting can follow. completely the gap. MATERIALS FAST-COVER Ready-to-use, light weighted acrylic putty for patching and filling cracks and holes RELOCATION OF ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS Changing use of a room, normally leads to Firstly, the electric channel (path) is Subsequently, the surface is slightly the relocation of the electrical cleaned off of any dust and the location dampened. installations. of the wire holder follows. The puttying is being made using After the plaster has slightly dried (approx. Finally, when the surface has dried UNICRET-FAST. Its preparation requires after 45 minutes), it is being rubbed with a (approximately after 3 hours) the surface only the addition of water. sponge-faced float. can be painted. MATERIALS UNICRET-FAST Fast-setting, white, repairing mortar (consumption: 15 kg/m2/cm of layer thickness)11
  13. 13. REPAIR OF OPENINGS IN WALLS During the renovation of a space it may be Firstly, the surface is cleaned off of any Subsequently, the repaired area is being After the primer has dried, the bricks necessary the dismantlement of some old dust, etc. primed using the ready-made primer are being built using UNICRET or installations. PL-BOND. UNICRET-FAST. Their preparation requires only the addition of water. Plastering is being made using UNICRET or The surface is dampened and the plaster After the plaster has slightly dried, it is Finally, when the plaster has dried, the UNICRET-FAST, improved with ADIPLAST is applied using a trowel. being rubbed with a sponge-faced float. painting of the surface follows. polymer latex. UNICRET Plastering mortar (consumption: 15.5 kg/m2/cm of layer thickness) UNICRET-FAST Fast-setting, white, repairing mortar (consumption: 15 kg/m2/cm of layer thickness) MATERIALS ADIPLAST Mortar improvement polymer latex PL-BOND Adhesion primer (consumption: 0.3-0.35 kg/m2) PUTTYING OF WALLS The creation of smoothed surfaces on Firstly, the surface of the plaster is The content of STUCCOCRET is added to interior spaces is a very common cleaned off of any dust, etc. water under continuous stirring until a demand in new buildings. No priming or preparation using oil uniform mixture with the desired workability before the application is needed. is formed. The mixture is applied by putty knife in two After the material has hardened (in Finally, the surface is being primed and layers. The second layer follows after the approximately 12 hours) the grinding of the painted. first one has dried (after 2-3 hours). surface follows. MATERIALS STUCCOCRET Spatula putty for interior use (consumption: 1.1 kg/m2/mm of layer thickness)A more detailed description of the products mentioned in this guide, can be found in pages 17-20. 12
  14. 14. 7 TILES FIXING THE PROBLEM The latest tendency is for tiles to substitute the rest of the floor and wall coatings. Hereunder, there are presented some particular cases of applications, which if not tackled properly, can cause problems to the construction. FIXING NEW TILES ON OLD TILE LAYERS The wrong choice of tiles leads to their Firstly, the surface is cleaned off of any dust, etc. ISOMAT AK-22 is gradually added into water destruction. Thus, a new layer of tiles is under continuous stirring, until a uniform paste necessary. is formed. The mixture should be left about 10 minutes to settle and stirred slightly again. The tile adhesive should be spread (combed) on Then, the tiles should be fixed by pressing them to the desired position by keeping them stable and locating crosses the substrate using a notched trowel, in order to for grouting. be uniformly applied on the whole surface. Finally, with a bubble level and a rubber After the surface is walkable, tile grouting follows The grout is spread onto the joints, using a hammer we arrange their desirable leveling either with MULTIFILL 3-15, enriched with resin rubber float in a diagonal direction to the joints, (position). DS-99, or with MULTIFILL SMALTO 1-8. in order to fill them completely. The excess material should be wiped after a Finally, the surface may be cleaned with a Fixing new tiles on old tiles is an easy while, using a slightly wet sponge. slightly wet cloth after the tile grout has application without any removal of the old tiles completely dried. layer. 2 ISOMAT AK 22 Flexible, high quality, polymer modified, tile adhesive for difficult substrates (consumption: 1.5-4.0 kg/m ) MULTIFILL 3-15 Colored tile grout for joint width 3-15 mm MATERIALS MULTIFILL SMALTO 1-8 Water-repellent, polymer modified tile grout with porcelain effect for joint width 1-8 mm DS-99 Additive for tile adhesives and joint grouts13
  15. 15. FIXING TILES ON WOOD AND GYPSUM BOARD Fixing tiles on wood and gypsum board is Firstly, the surface is cleaned off of any ISOMAT AK-ELASTIC is prepared by adding After UNI-PRIMER has dried, the tile nowadays a very common application. dust and is primed with UNI-PRIMER. A-component to B-component under adhesive is “combed” on the substrate continuous stirring. using a notched trowel. The tiles should be then fixed by pressing Finally, with a bubble level and a rubber After the tile adhesive has been dried, follows the tile grouting with MULTIFILL SMALTO 1-8. them to the desired position. hammer we arrange their desirable leveling (position). 2 ISOMAT AK-ELASTIC Elastic, 2-component, tile adhesive (consumption: 1.5-4.0 kg/m ) MATERIALS MULTIFILL SMALTO 1-8 Water-repellent, polymer modified tile grout with porcelain effect for joint width 1-8 mm 2 UNI-PRIMER Acrylic water-based primer (consumption: 0.1-0.2 kg/m ) FIXING TILES ON METAL SURFACE Metal surfaces comprise a difficult Firstly, the surface is cleaned off of any ISOMAT AK-ELASTIC is prepared by The tile adhesive should be combed on the substrate for fixing tiles. dust, rust, etc. adding A-component to B-component substrate using a notched trowel, so as under continuous stirring. to be uniformly applied on the surface. The tiles should be then fixed by pressing Finally, with a bubble level and a rubber After the tile adhesive has been dried, tile grouting with them to the desired position. hammer we arrange their desirable leveling MULTIFILL SMALTO 1-8 follows. (position). MATERIALS ISOMAT AK-ELASTIC Elastic, 2-component, tile adhesive (consumption: 1.5-4.0 kg/m2) MULTIFILL SMALTO 1-8 Water-repellent, polymer modified tile grout with porcelain effect for joint width 1-8 mmA more detailed description of the products mentioned in this guide, can be found in pages 17-20. 14
  16. 16. 8 LEVELING AND SMOOTHING OF FLOORS THE PROBLEM Floor filling may be required for new building structures (covering water or heating pipes) as well as for the repair of old ones (e.g. dismantlement of old wood floors and leveling in order to fix tiles or marble). The creation of a sloped surface in terraces or balconies may also be another significant requirement. REPAIRING UNEVEN SURFACES OR INCLINATIONS USING FLOOR LEVELING CEMENT MORTAR Dismantlement of old wood floors and Firstly, the surface is cleaned off of any Then, the substrate surface must be well leveling in order to fix tiles, leads to height dust, oils, loose materials, etc. and an dampened, but without creating water differences in comparison with other floors. elongated beam for leveling is located. puddles. For thin application layers (up to 3-4 cm) a bonding layer of ADIPLAST mixed with water, cement and sand is required, after dampening, in order to achieve a stronger bonding of SCREED-100 to the existing cement based SCREED-100 is added into water under The laying procedure of SCREED-100 substrate. Otherwise, FERROSEAL can be continuous stirring, until a homogenous is the same as for concrete up to 10 cm applied instead. mass is formed. thickness. 2 SCREED-100 Cementitious screed for filling floors (consumption: 14 kg/m /cm of layer thickness) MATERIALS ADIPLAST Mortar improvement polymer latex 2 FERROSEAL Cementitious bonding layer (consumption: 2 kg/cm ) LEVELING AND SMOOTHING OF UNEVEN SURFACES USING SELF-LEVELING CEMENTITIOUS SCREED The surface of concrete floors is usually Firstly, the surface is cleaned off of any Subsequently, the surface is primed with uneven, making it difficult to fix tiles, dust, oils, loose materials, etc. UNI-PRIMER. carpet, plastic flooring etc. After the primer has dried, FLOWCRET 1-10 can be applied. The material is added to water under continuous stirring, until a homogenous mass is formed. In case it is desirable for the floor to be walkable after 3 hours or to be covered within 24 hours, it is recommended the use of FLOWCRET 1-10 EXPRESS. Alternatively, for floor thickness from 3 mm up to 30 mm it is The FLOWCRET 1-10 mixture should be spread in a single layer, with the aid of a large recommended the use of FLOWCRET 3-30 spatula, at a thickness of up to 10 mm. After the FLOWCRET 1-10 has dried it can be EXPRESS. covered with various floorings such as tiles, carpet, plastic flooring etc. 2 FLOWCRET 1-10 Self-leveling, polymer modified, cementitious screed for leveling floors (consumption: 1.65 kg/m /mm) FLOWCRET 1-10 EXPRESS Fast-setting, self-leveling, polymer modified, cementitious screed for leveling floors MATERIALS FLOWCRET 3-30 EXPRESS Fast-setting, self-leveling, polymer modified, cementitious screed for leveling floors 2 UNI-PRIMER Acrylic, water-based primer (consumption: 0.1-0.2 kg/m )15
  17. 17. 9 SURFACES CLEANING THE PROBLEM Cement residues (cement grouts, plasters, cement dirt, lime dirt, etc.) which have been dried on surfaces of ceramic tiles, natural stones, and unpolished marbles have to be cleaned with special cleaning liquids and not by mechanical means, as this procedure may cause some serious problems to the surface. Surfaces which have been impregnated with oils, grease, etc. can also be cleaned with special cleaning liquids. CLEANING FLOORS FROM CEMENT RESIDUES Tiles, old mosaics, unpolished marbles etc., CL-CLEAN is spread on the surface to be On vertical surfaces, it is applied with cement residues, can be cleaned cleaned as it is or diluted with water, with a brush. easily with CL-CLEAN. up to 1:1. The liquid should act for 2-3 minutes and The surface should be washed with plenty In difficult cases it might be necessary to then the surface should be brushed with a of water. repeat the procedure. hard (non metallic) brush. MATERIALS CL-CLEAN Tile and natural stone cleaning liquid (consumption: 0.15-0.2 kg/ml2) CLEANING FLOORS FROM OILS Floors which have been impregnated with Firstly, the floor surface is cleaned from After the surface is cleaned from these oils is a common phenomenon on superficial dirt by using high pressure and residues, FD-CLEAN is then spread on the garages, food industries etc. high temperature water blast. floor. Subsequently, the surface is rubbed Let FD-CLEAN at least 30 minutes to Finally the emulsified oil is removed by meticulously with a hard wire-brush in order emulsify the oils. The change of colour high pressure and high temperature water to penetrate the substrate pores. shows that the chemical reaction has blast. In difficult cases it might be begun. necessary to repeat the procedure. MATERIALS FD-CLEAN Oil and grease remover from concrete floors (consumption: 0.8-1.0 kg/m2)A more detailed description of the products mentioned in this guide, can be found in pages 17-20. 16
  18. 18. 10 SURFACES PROTECTION THE PROBLEM With a few simple and easy applications, the appearance and the life cycle of certain coatings (stones, marbles, painted surfaces, decorative coatings etc.) can be enhanced. WALL PROTECTION FROM GRAFFITI The substrate is cleaned off of any dust The material is then applied in 1-2 layers, Cleaning a surface from graffiti is easily etc, before the application of depending on the absorptivity of the done after treated with ISOMAT AG-77. ISOMAT AG-77. surface. The second layer follows after the first one has dried. Cleaning a surface is easily done by using After cleaning, the surface must be ISOMAT AG-77 protects the surface from hot water under pressure or rubbing with protected again by the application of graffiti, environmental impurities, etc. a sponge. ISOMAT AG-77 in 1-2 layers. without changing the surface appearance. MATERIALS ISOMAT AG-77 Anti-graffiti, protection emulsion (consumption: 50-100 ml/m2) PROTECTION OF UNPOLISHED MARBLES Stains that have impregnated into marbles NANOPRO-M is poured onto the cleaned The material is left to act for 5 minutes can be removed in a rather difficult way. surface and is applied by squeegee. and then the excessive material is Thus, proactive protection is critical in removed using a squeegee. order to avoid such situations. Alternatively, PS-21 can be used instead of NANOPRO-M. Then the surface is cleaned with a slightly The final cleaning of the surface can be NANOPRO-M has impregnated into the wet cloth. done after 6 hours. pores of the marble without altering its appearance. MATERIALS NANOPRO-M Nano-impregnation for protecting marbles (consumption: 50-70 ml/m2) PS-21 Ready-to-use, silicone based solution without solvents for waterproofing (consumption: 200-400 ml/m2) 17
  19. 19. PROTECTION OF WALLS MADE OF NATURAL OR ARTIFICIAL STONES Waterproofing of walls, which are made of or are decorated with natural stones or coatings, prevents the appearance of white stains (salt) on them, while simultaneously protects them from frost and pollution. Hereunder, two different ways of dealing with the same problem are presented: 1) Waterproofing with the transparent water-repelling impregnation PS-20 and 2) waterproofing with the acrylic stone varnish VS-1. 1st Solution: Waterproofing of surfaces with the transparent water-repellent solution PS-20. If altering the appearance of Firstly, the surface where the surface is not desirable, PS-20 is going to be applied then the ideal solution for its on, should be clean, dry and waterproofing is PS-20. have open pores. PS-20 is applied with brush, PS-20 impregnates to the roller or spray in two layers. pores of the surface and The second layer is applied prevents it from rain water once the first layer has absorption without altering its completely dried. appearance. Alternatively, NANOPRO-C can be used instead of PS-20. MATERIALS PS-20 Ready to use, silicone based, transparent solution with solvents for waterproofing (consumption: 200-400 ml/m2) NANOPRO-C Nano-impregnation for protecting porous surfaces (consumption: 100-200 ml/m2) 2nd Solution: Brightening-up and protection of surfaces with the acrylic stone varnish VS-1. VS-1 brings out the natural Firstly, the surface where VS-1 color of the material on which it is going to be applied should is applied, protecting at the be clean, dry and have open same time the surfaces from pores. the influence of rainwater. VS-1 is applied with brush, VS-1 impregnates into the roller or spray in two layers. pores of the surface and The second layer is applied simultaneously brightens up once the first layer has its natural color. completely dried. MATERIALS VS-1 Acrylic stone varnish (consumption: 150-200 ml/m2 per layer)A more detailed description of the products mentioned in this guide, can be found in pages 17-20. 18
  20. 20. REPAIRING MORTARS DUROCRET Polymer-modified cement mortar Suitable for patching and repairing concrete, masonry and plaster, formation of grooves or ridgepoles etc. UNICRET Colour: Grey, white, redbrown. Mortar for plastering and masonry works Colour: Grey, white. Consumption: Approx. 15 kg/m2/cm. Consumption: Approx. 15.5 kg/m2/cm. Packaging: Bags of 5 kg and 25 kg. Packaging: Bags of 25 kg. DUROCRET-FAST Fast-setting, repairing cement mortar Suitable for repairs on concrete, cement mortars, masonry, plasters and generally wherever high strength and fast application is necessary. UNICRET-FAST Colour: Grey. Fast-setting, white repairing mortar Consumption: Approx. 17 kg/m2/cm. Ideal for quick plaster repairs in old and new constructions. Packaging: Bags of 25 kg. Replaces the use of gypsum in respective applications. Colour: White. Consumption: Approx. 15 kg/m2/cm. RAPICRET Packaging: Bags of 5 kg and 25 kg. Fast-setting cement patching mortar Ideal for patching and repairing concrete elements, fixing, anchoring, cavity sealing, formation of grooves etc. and generally when considerable strength and fast work are needed. Colour: Grey. Consumption: Approx. 17.5 kg/m2/cm. FERROSEAL Packaging: Bags of 5 kg and 25 kg. Cement-based anticorrosive coating for reinforcement elements - Bonding agent Polymer-modified brushable cement mortar used for protecting reinforcement elements from corrosion and for MEGACRET-40 creating the bonding layer between old and new concrete or High-strength fibre-reinforced repairing mortar mortar. Suitable for highly demanding repairs of concrete elements. Colour: Redbrown. It is applied in layers up to 40 mm thick (per layer), by trowel Consumption: As anticorrosive coating: 70-130 g/m of or gunite machine. reinforcement element. Colour: Grey. As bonding agent: approx. 2.0 kg/m2. Consumption: Approx. 17.5 kg/m2/cm. Packaging: Containers of 1 kg, 5 kg and 15 kg. Packaging: Bags of 5 kg and 25 kg. MORTARS FOR LEVELING & FILLING FLOORS FLOWCRET 1-10 FLOWCRET 1-10 EXPRESS Self-leveling, polymer-modified cementitious screed Fast-setting, self-leveling, polymer-modified cementitious screed Suitable for smoothing and leveling concrete or mortar floors, before laying Ideal for fast smoothening and leveling of concrete or mortar floors that are finishing materials like carpet, parquet layers, tiles etc. going to be covered with all kinds of tiles, carpet, parquet, vinyl tiles etc. Applied at a thickness of 1-10 mm per layer. It is applied in a thickness of 1-10 mm. Ideal for quick repairs, as it can be Colour: Grey. walkable after 3 hours and covered after 24 hours. Consumption: Approx. 1.65 kg/m2/mm. Colour: White, grey. Packaging: Bags of 25 kg. Consumption: Approx. 1.65 kg /m2 /mm of layer thickness. Packaging: Bags of 25 kg. SCREED-100 FLOWCRET 3-30 EXPRESS Floor leveling cementious screed Fast-setting, self-leveling, polymer-modified compound Ideal for filling and leveling floors to be covered with tiles, marble, parquet Suitable for smoothing and leveling of concrete or mortar surfaces before laying etc., as well as for forming slopes on terraces. It replaces non-reinforced finishing materials like tiles, carpets, parquet, vinyl tiles, marbles etc. It can be concrete or gas-concrete. Applied at a thickness of up to 10 cm per layer. used in a thickness of 3-30mm. Ideal for quick repairs, as it can be walkable Colour: Grey. after 3 hours. Moreover, it can be covered after 24 hours. Consumption: Approx. 14 kg/m2/cm. Colour: Grey. Packaging: Bags of 25 kg. Consumption: Approx. 1.65 kg /m2 /mm of layer thickness. Packaging: Bags of 25 kg. PRIMERS UNI-PRIMER FLEX-PRIMER PL-BOND Acrylic water-based primer High quality acrylic water-based Gypsum plaster adhesion primer Ready-to-use acrylic water-based primer Adhesion primer used for priming smooth primer. Stabilizes weak, loose or In combination with the highly or non-absorptive surfaces, instead of crumbling plasters. elastic waterproofing paint spatterdash, in order to increase the Colour: White. FLEXCOAT, it forms an ideal system adhesion of the subsequent plaster. Ideal Consumption: 0.1-0.2 kg/m2. for the waterproofing of walls. substrate for gypsum plasters. Suitable Packaging: Plastic containers of Colour: White. for indoor and outdoor use. 1 kg, 5 kg and 20 kg. Consumption: 0.1-0.2 kg/m2. Colour: Light red. Packaging: Plastic containers of Consumption: 0.3-0.35 kg/m2. 1 kg, 5 kg, 10 kg and 20 kg. Packaging: Plastic buckets of 5 kg and 20 kg.19
  21. 21. PAINTS & PROTECTIVE MATERIALS PS-20 (ex PROTESIL) Ready-to-use, silicone-based, transparent solution for waterproofing It ensures extremely high water-repellence and long term FLEXCOAT protection. It can be applied on various surfaces for their High quality, elastic, waterproofing paint protection against rain effect. Suitable for painting and waterproofing walls, protecting of Also it is suitable for waterproofing of tile joints. bituminous layers, coloring and waterproofing asbestos-cement Colour: Transparent. roofs etc. For exterior and interior use. Consumption: 200-400 ml/m2. Colour: White and 1420 selected. Packaging: Cans of 1 lit, 3 lit and 20 lit. Consumption: 125 ml/m2/layer. Packaging: Plastic buckets of 3 lit and 10 lit. NANO-SEAL PS-21 (ex PROTESIL) Waterproofing and stabilization of surfaces Ready-to-use, silicone-based solution without solvents It is used to protect porous substrates from moisture and salt for waterproofing strains, such as concrete, masonry, plaster, gypsum boards, chip It is suitable for waterproofing of tile joints and the protection boards, natural stone etc. It has also the ability to harden weak against rain effect of various surfaces. It can be used even on substrates, such as plasters etc. Suitable for indoor and outdoor slightly wet substrates. application. Colour: Transparent when dry. Colour: Light blue. Consumption: 200-400 ml/m2. Consumption: 0.1-0.2 kg/m2. Packaging: Plastic containers of 1 lit, 5 lit and 20 lit. Packaging: Plastic containers of 1 kg and 5 kg. ISOMAT AG 77 NANOPRO-C Brushable, anti-graffiti protection emulsion Nano-impregnation for protecting porous surfaces It protects surfaces from sprays or paint graffiti, environmental Water-based emulsion with high penetrating ability, based on impurities etc. Permitting easy cleaning of the surface, without nano-molecular structure. Ideal for protecting from moisture affecting their structure appearance. and salt stains porous substrates such as surfaces of concrete, Colour: White (transparent after drying). masonry, plaster, tile grouts, natural stones etc. Consumption: 50-100 ml/m2. Suitable for indoor and outdoor application. Packaging: Plastic buckets of 1 lit and 3 lit. Colour: White (transparent when dry). Consumption: 100-200 ml/m2. Packaging: Plastic containers of 1 lit, 5 lit and 20 lit. VS-1 Ready-to-use, transparent acrylic stone varnish Used to impregnate and brighten up natural stones (slate or NANOPRO-M sinter stones etc.) and artificial building materials (decorative Nano-impregnation for protecting marbles bricks, roof tiles etc). VS-1 brings out the natural color of the Water-based emulsion with highly penetrating ability based on material on which it is applied, protecting at the same time from nano-molecular structure. It is used to protect from moisture and the influence of rainwater and atmospheric pollution. stains unporous substrates such as surfaces of polished marbles, It is applied on walls and floors, indoors or outdoors. granites, tiles, porcelain etc. Suitable for indoor and outdoor Colour: Transparent. application. Consumption: 150-200 ml/m2 per layer, depending on the Color: White (transparent when dry). absorptivity of the surface. Consumption: 50-70 ml/m2. Packaging: Cans of 1 lit and 4 lit. Packaging: Plastic containers of 1 lit, 5 lit and 20 lit.PUTTIES STUCCOCRET FLEX-COVER Spatula putty 2-component, flexible putty Suitable for smoothing and preparing wall surfaces to be It consists of a cement-based powder (component A) and a resin covered with paint or other coatings. It is applied on surfaces emulsion (component B). Suitable for sealing and waterproofing made of concrete or plaster. Replaces oil stuccos and other joints and cracks, on walls or floors. It can be also used on similar materials. window recesses, junctions between floors and walls, as well as Colour: White. for puttying surfaces with hair-cracks. To be applied on plaster, Consumption: Approx. 1.1 kg/m2/mm. cement, gypsum boards, wood etc. Ideal for outdoor Packaging: Bags of 4 kg, 10 kg and 20 kg. applications. Colour: White. Consumption: Joint 5 mm x 5 mm: 40 g/m of joint length. PLANFIX Puttying: 1.6 kg/m2/mm. Polymer-modified cement putty Packaging: Plastic buckets of 2.6 kg (A+B). It is used for repairing and puttying exposed concrete, fixing of pores or cavities etc. Colour: Grey, white. Consumption: Approx. 1.3 kg/m2/mm. Packaging: Bags of 5 kg and 25 kg. FAST-COVER Ready-to use, lightweight acrylic spackling putty Ideal for filling and patching cracks and holes of any kind, in a single step. It is applied on plaster, gypsum board, wood etc. at PLANFIX-FINE a maximum thickness of 5 cm. It does not crack and it doesn’t Polymer-modified cement putty, extra fine-graded need to be rubbed. Painting follows after 30 minutes. It is uded for repairing and puttying exposed concrete. It can be For indoor and outdoor application. also applied using a gunite machine. Colour: White. Colour: Grey, white. Packaging: Plastic buckets of 0,5 lit, 1 lit and 5 lit. Consumption: Approx. 1.3 kg/m2/mm. Packaging: Bags of 5 kg and 25 kg. 20
  22. 22. TILE ADHESIVES ISOMAT AK 9 ISOMAT AK 10 Cement-based tile adhesive C1 High quality, cement-based tile adhesive C1 T Suitable for fixing ceramic tiles on walls or floors on surfaces Suitable for fixing ceramic tiles on walls or floors on surfaces made of concrete, brickwork, plaster etc. made of concrete, brickwork, plaster etc. It is qualified as non- For indoor and outdoor applications. slip (zero slipping of the tile). For indoor and outdoor It is classified as type C1 adhesive according to EN 12004. applications. It is classified as type C1 T adhesive according to Colour: Grey, white. EN 12004. Consumption: 1.5-4.0 kg/m2. Colour: Grey, white. Packaging: Bags of 25 kg. Consumption: 1.5-4.0 kg/m2. Packaging: Bags of 5 kg and 25 kg. ISOMAT AK 11 ISOMAT AK 12 Polymer-modified, cement-based tile adhesive C2E High quality, polymer-modified, cement-based tile adhesive Suitable for fixing granite tiles and generally absorptive or non- C2 TE absorptive wall or floor tiles on various substrates such as Suitable for fixing granite tiles and generally absorptive or non- concrete, brickwork, plaster etc. absorptive wall or floor tiles on various substrates and especially For indoor and outdoor applications. where high adhesion and resistance to moisture are required. It It is classified as type C2 E adhesive according to EN 12004. is qualified as non-slip (zero slipping of the tile). For indoor and Colour: Grey, white. outdoor applications. It is classified as type C2 TE adhesive Consumption:1.5-4.0 kg/m2. according to EN 12004. Packaging: Bags of 25 kg. Colour: Grey, white. Consumption: 1.5-4.0 kg/m2. Packaging: Bags of 25 kg. ISOMAT AK 20 ISOMAT AK 22 High quality, polymer-modified, cement-based, non-slip tile Flexible, high quality, polymer-modified, cement-based, adhesive C2 TE S1 tile adhesive C2 TE S1 Suitable for fixing absorptive or non-absorptive tiles (e.g. “gres It is suitable for fixing absorptive or non-absorptive tiles porcelanato”), large tiles etc. on walls or floors on substrates with (e.g. “gres porcelanato”), large tiles, glass mosaic tiles etc. on high demands for adhesion, elasticity and moisture resistance walls or floors on substrates with particularly high demands for (e.g. old tile layers, floors with in-floor heating etc.). Possesses adhesion, elasticity and moisture resistance (e.g. floors with in- increased open time. For indoor and outdoor applications. It is floor heating, metallic surfaces, swimming pools, gypsum board classified as type C2 TE S1 adhesive according to EN 12004 and etc.). Possesses increased open time. For indoor and outdoor EN 12002. applications. It is classified as type C2 TE S1 adhesive Colour: Grey, white. according to EN 12004 and EN 12002. Consumption: 1.5-4.0 kg/m2. Colour: Grey, white. Packaging: Bags of 5 kg, 15 kg and 25 kg in white and 5 kg Consumption: 1.5-4.0 kg/m2. and 25 kg in grey colour. Packaging: Bags of 5 kg, 15 kg and 25 kg in white and 5 kg and 25 kg in grey colour. ISOMAT AK-ELASTIC ISOMAT AK-RAPID Elastic, 2-component, high quality tile adhesive for highly Fast-setting polymer modified, cement-based, demanding applications C2 E S2 tile adhesive C2 FT Suitable for fixing tiles of every type on walls or floors, on Suitable for fixing absorptive or non-absorptive tiles on walls or vibrative or dimensionally unstable substrates like gypsum floors on surfaces made of concrete, brickwork, plaster etc. board, chipboard, floors with in-floor heating, terraces, Ideal in cases where the surfaces have to be delivered fast for balconies, swimming pools etc. Combined with the elastic use, e.g. work areas etc. It is qualified as non-slip (zero slipping sealing slurry AQUAMAT-ELASTIC, it provides a perfect system of the tile). For indoor and outdoor applications. It is classified as for sealing and fixing. It is classified as type C2 E S2 adhesive type C2 FT adhesive according to EN 12004. according to EN 12004 and EN 12002. Colour: Grey, white. Colour: White. Consumption: 1.5-4.0 kg/m2. Consumption: 1.5-4.0 kg/m2. Packaging: Bags of 5 kg and 25 kg in white and 25 kg in grey Packaging: Bags of 35 kg (25 kg A+10 kg B) and 7 kg (5 kg colour. A+2 kg B).21
  23. 23. TILE GROUTS MULTIFILL 2-5 MULTIFILL 3-15 Coloured tile grout classified as type CG2 Coloured tile grout classified as type CG2 Cement-based colored grout for pointing tile joints on walls or Cement-based colored grout for pointing tile joints on walls or floors, for indoor and outdoor applications. Suitable for joint floors, for indoor and outdoor applications. Suitable for joint widths up to 5 mm. widths from 3 mm to 15 mm. It is classified as type CG2 tile It is classified as type CG2 WA tile grout according to EN 13888. grout according to EN 13888. Colour: 34 color shades. Colour: 20 colour shades. Consumption: 0.2-2.0 kg/m2. Consumption: 0.2-2.0 kg/m2. Packaging: Bags of 2 kg, 5 kg and 25 kg. Packaging: Bags of 5 kg and 25 kg. MULTIFILL SMALTO 1-8 Tile grout with porcelain effect, water-repellent Colored, cement based tile grout enriched with resins. It offers high mechanical strength, superb color stability and great water-repellence. Contains special bacteriostatic agents, which block the formation of bacteria on the grout. It gives a smooth and glossy final surface. Suitable for joint width 1-8 mm. It is classified as type CG2 WA tile grout according to EN 13888. Colour: 34 colour shades. Consumption: 0.2-2.0 kg/m2. Packaging: Bags of 2 kg, 5 kg and 25 kg.IMPROVING RESINS ADIPLAST DS-99 Polymer latex for multiple improvements of mortars Additive for tile adhesives and joint grouts Improves the properties of mortars in several ways offering, It increases the bonding to the substrate, the flexural and e.g. increased bonding to substrate, flexibility, shrinkage compressive strength, the abrasion, the resistance to chemicals reduction, higher resistance to chemical effects and abrasion, and frost. It also improves flexibility and offers water enhanced water impermeability etc. Ideal for creating the impermeability. bonding layer between old and new concrete or mortar. Colour: white. Colour: White. Consumption: Added to the mixing water in proportion of Consumption: Added to the mixing water in proportion of DS-99 : water = 1:1 to 1:2. ADIPLAST : water = 1:1 to 1:5. Packaging: Plastic containers of 1 kg, 5 kg and 20 kg. Packaging: Plastic containers of 1 kg, 5 kg, 12 kg and 20 kg. Drum of 150 kg.ELASTIC JOINT SEALANTS ISOMASTIC-A Elastoplastic acrylic sealant Suitable for sealing work joints, thin expansion joints or plaster cracks in interior or exterior areas. Also suitable for slightly wet surfaces. Easily paintable. Colour: Grey, white. Consumption: Joint 10 mm x 10 mm: 1 cartridge/2.8 m of joint length. Joint 5 mm x 5 mm: 1 cartridge/11.2 m of joint length. Packaging: Cartridges of 280 ml.CLEANING AGENTS CL-CLEAN FD-CLEAN Tile and natural stone cleaner Oil/grease remover from concrete floors Removes lime residues, plaster, cement etc. Removes oil and grease residues from concrete floors by Colour: Transparent. emulsification. Consumption: 0.15-0.2 kg/m2, depending on residue type. Colour: Transparent. Packaging: Plastic containers of 1 kg, 5 kg and 20 kg. Consumption: 0.8-1.0 kg/m2, depending on floor absorptivity and its fatigue by oils or fats. Packaging: Plastic containers of 4 kg and 18 kg. 22
  24. 24. 0712THESSALONIKI, GREECE ISOMAT S.A.17th km Thessaloniki - Ag. Athanasios Road ΒUILDING CHEMICALS & MORTARSP. O. BOX 1043, 570 03 AG. ATHANASIOS, GREECE www.isomat.euΤ +30 2310 576 000, F +30 2310 722 475 info@isomat.eu

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